What could be the possible outcome from contacting them? Like what could they do? cause termination is already signed.It’s your NATCA Alternate Regional Vice President. Their counterpart is the GM of your district. You can either ask your FacRep for their contact information or find it online through the directory.
Thr ATM has the authority to override the TRB. It doesn't happen often but it isn't against the rules.If everything you’re saying is true, you need to contact your RVP and blow this up. The training order is black and white with what needs to be done. Then if a TRB agrees and recommends more hours and the ATM seemingly arbitrarily goes against the recommendation and terminates you, that should be an easy case. This is the primary reason to pay union dues as a trainee.
But if the reason for the recommendation of additional hours was because the training order wasn’t adhered to, that needs to be addressed. And I believe the ATM needs to provide justification for going against a TRB decision, it can’t just be arbitrary.Thr ATM has the authority to override the TRB. It doesn't happen often but it isn't against the rules.
I thought sdt was only for development/solving issues. There shouldn't be any a1 noted, and if there were you need to continue sdt until it's resolved.I did do two SDT. There weren’t a lot of A1 in the latter. TRB recommended a continuation of training and ATM went against them.
Sounds like that was the required CSC at the end of your hours and the sup never told you it was (this is required). However, just because you don't bomb a CSC doesn't mean you get certified.By the time I had finished my skill check I had 100% hours on two sectors and less than 5 on the part time sector.
Yeah reading back through the fragments of the story, that does seem to be the case. Either the supe didn’t tell him it was a CSC or he didn’t hear it/understand what was happening. If someone was actually being screwed this hard, I don’t know why they wouldn’t be fighting it tooth and nail vs. asking what their odds are for NEST retention. Almost seems like this guy wanted to NEST out.I've yet to really see him explain how the order wasn't followed and I have a feeling there is more to this story. Sounds like he got the CSC upon reaching 100% of hours and sup elected not to certify.